The Social Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 4
Page No. 956 - 963

Influence of Work Discipline, Work Motivation and Career Development to Performance of Civil Servant

Authors : Ignatius Jeffrey and Deni Pepen Supendi

Abstract: Human resources are the most valuable asset in an organization, since, human resources have vital role as subject of policy executor in an organization. In a government agency whether in central or its provinces, realization achievement of yearly’s budget is one of parameter performance of civil servant of Banten Provincial Environment and Forestry Office. Budget absorption between 2014-2017 on Banten Provincial Environment and Forestry Office is 87.50% and categorized as under average of province achievement of 93.0%. This research’s goals are to analyze and evaluate influences of work discipline, work motivation and career development to performance of civil servant. The results are analyzed to provide necessary recommendations about how to increase performance of civil servant in human resources division. Research was done at Banten Provincial Environment and Forestry Office. Data was collected by questionnaire method to 125 respondents. Another method besides questionnaire was quick interview. Research data was analyzed with multiple regression linear through SPSS 23.0 for windows. The results reveal that discipline and motivation have significant positive effects on employee’s performance. However, this research cannot prove that career development has significant on employee’s performance. Based on field condition, this research gives constructive recommendations to improve work performance in the future by focusing on variables that affect on employee’s performance such as work discipline and work motivation. This will enrich the department with information and knowledge to increase employee’s performance.

How to cite this article:

Ignatius Jeffrey and Deni Pepen Supendi, 2018. Influence of Work Discipline, Work Motivation and Career Development to Performance of Civil Servant. The Social Sciences, 13: 956-963.

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